:custom mode is the most configurable mode and honors almost all options. It provides the most flexibility although it can not be configured to be exactly like any of the other modes. Each mode has some special aspect that makes it unique. For example, the
:object mode has it's own unique format for object dumping and loading. The
:compat mode mimic the json gem including methods called for encoding and inconsistencies between
:custom mode is the default mode. It can be configured either by passing options to the
Oj.load() methods or by modifying the default options.
The ability to create objects from JSON object elements is supported and considers the
:create_additions option. Special treatment is given to the
:create_id though. If the
:create_id is set to
"^o" then the Oj internal encoding and decoding is used. These are more efficient than calling out to a
to_json method or
create_json method on the classes. Those method do not have to exist for the
"^o" behavior to be utilized. Any other
:create_id value behaves similar to the json gem by calling
create_json as appropriate.